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MILLERVJLLE BAPTIST CHURCH, MILLERVILLE , ALA., 
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



The Moderator shall call the meeting to order. 
Read the letters and enroll the names of messengers. 
Elect a Moderator and Clerk. 
The Clerk shall be Treasurer. 

Moderator appoint Committees on Preaching and Finance. 
Read Abstract of Principles, Constitution and Rules of Decorum. 
Call for Petitionary Letters. 

Receive Correspondents from sister Associati6ns. 
Appoint Correspondents to sister Associations and Conventions. 
Call for Reports of Standing Committees. 
Approve places of holding district meetings. 
Appoint a person to write Corresponding Letters. 
The Preaching Committee to report who shall preach the Intro- 
ductory Sermon at the next session. 

Appoint time and place of holding the next session of this Asso- 
ciation. 

Hear the Report on Finance. 

Consider resolutions that jnay.be entertained by the body. 

Miscellaneous business. 



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MINUTES OF THE 4 2d ANNUAL SESSION 



or THE 



CAREY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, 



HELD WITH 



The Millerville Baptist Church, Millerville, 
Ala., October 14, 15 and 16, 



1896. 



Officers: 

REV. W. T. DAVIS, Moderator, Lineville, Ala. 
J. A. BELL, Clerk and Treasurer, Lineville, Ala. 



The next session of the Garey Baptist Association will be held with Spring Hill, 

(Daviston), Church, Tallapoosa County, Ala., commencing on 

Tuesday before the third Sunday in October, 1897. 



«»ES8 OF OUR MOUNTAIN HOME, 
TALLADEGA ALA., 

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MINUTES. 



The ministers and messengers composing the forty- 
second annual session of the Carey Baptist Association 
assembled with Millerville Baptist Church on Wednesday, 
the 14th day of October, 1896, at 11 o'clock a. m. 

After singing and prayer, the Introductory Sermon was 
preached by Rev. J. R. Conger. Text, Isaiah 62: 1. The 
sermon was full of the gospel, and edifying to the people. 

Adjourned to 1 : 30 p. m. 

Afternoon Session. 

The Association was called to order by the Moderator, 
Rev. W. T. Davis. After singing, and prayer by Rev. C. 
J. Bentley, the letters from the churches were presented, 
and the Moderator appointed Brethren C. J> Bentley, J. 
K. Jenkins and W. S. Henderson to read them. 

Messengers were enrolled as follows : 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

Ashland— E. A. Phillips, F. j. Ingram, L. G. Dean and R. L. Black. 

Antioch — A. W. Dison and J. W. Sewell. 

Hatchktt Creek— J. W. Brooks, W. T. Dison and M. L. Ponder. 

Friendship — 

Liberty— J. W. Walker, W. W. McMath, A. L. Haynes and J. C. 

Riley. 
Mount Lebanon — H. M. Hudgins. 
Rock Hill— W. H. Pursley and J. L. Campbell. 
Spring Hill (Clay)— N. M. Hansby, J. T. Bonner and J. A. Dan- 

ielly. 
Pole Bridge — A. O. Gravett and G. L. Griffin. 
Bowdon Grove— Z. T. Carpenter and N. V. Thomas. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Mount Zion — W. T. Whe'elis and J. W. Hughes. 

Millerville— W.M. Catchings, J. W. Carr and J. R. Nelson. 

New Salem— C. G. Cook, C. L. Partridge and J. D. Wright. 

Providence— E. C. Holdridge, E. W. Vernon and W. B. Soeley. K 

Rock Creek— R. J. Moody, G. B. Rotten and W. H. McWharter. \ 

Rock Springs— B. F. Luker, J. E. Holmes and C. Z. Luker. 

Sardis — L. B. Gibson, A. M. Fuller. 

Union Hill — W. J. Williams and Henry Linton. 



THIRD DISTRICT. 

Bethel (Clay)— J. C. Galloway and W. F. Pursell. 

County Link — T. D. Dawkins, W. S. Miller, A. H. Fargason, A. 

J. Johnson. 
CoRrNTH — P. Y. Roberson and J. F. Carter. 

Lystra — T. E. Runyan, C. Tenny, J. L. Napper and J. W. Carr. 
Mount Calvary — A. A. Worthy and T. J. Worthy. 
Mount Olive — J. W. Wright and J. R. Wilson. 
Mount Pisgah — J. I. Waldrop and G. W. James. 
Mountain Springs — J. M. Laney, L. R. Champion, W. G. Worthy 

and J. T. Ogle. 
Union— S. A. Kilgore, S. L. Walker and W. D. '"idwell. 
Spring Hill (Tal.) — John D. Dunn, W. B. Thompson, O. J. Ison, 

C C Fargason, A. D. Thompson and W. A. Cotney. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Concord— R. H. Shadix and T. S. Barton. 

Good Hope — J. C . Hubbard and N. F. Owens. 

LiNKviLLR— J. A. Bell, J. W. Moon, W. H. Smith and J. W. Reeves. 

Mount Prospect —P. T. Yates. 

New Hope — W. M. Childs and J. D. Farrow. 

Salem — W. M. Farrow, William Cbckrell, J. Amerson and J. V. 

Wilson. 
Shiloah — G. E. Stanford and J. C. Stanford. 
Zion Hill — L. W. Nelson and W. B. Smith. 
Mount Pleasant — W. P. Bell. 

Call for petitionary letters. None. 

On motion, Rev. W. T. Davis and Brother J. A. Bell 
were elected by ballot, respectively. Moderator and Clerk. 
On motion, the Constitution, Abstract of Principles and 
Rules of. Decoru n were read. The Moderator appointed 
the following c< runittees : 

Committee on I reaching — W. P. Bell and B. F. Luker with 
messenger; of Millerville Church. 

Finance Committer — F. J. Ingram, E. A. Phillips and J. D. Gar- 
rett. 

Corresponderce from sister Associations were called 
for, and the following named brethren responded : 

Coosa River — Re W. S. Henderson, representing Howard Col- 
lege. 

East Liberty — Rev. G. L. Bell, Rev. A. S. Brannon and T. J. 
McKelvey. 

Boiling Springs — Rev. W. M. Garrett, and Rev. J. W. Thompson 
visitor from Marshall Association. 

The preaching committee announced that Rev. W. M. 
Garrett would preach at night; that Rev. G. L. Bell would 
preach at the M. E. Church at n o'clock a. m. Thursday, 



and that Rev. C. J. Bentley would preach at the Baptist 
Church at n a. m. Thursday. 

Before adjourning, messengers were assigned their 
homes. After singing, and prayer by Rev. C. J. Bentley, 
the body adjourned until 9 a. m. Thursday. 



Thursday, October 15. 
Devotional exercises were conducted half an hour by 
Rev. J. K. Jenkins, of Georgia, after which the Moderator 
called the body to order. Correspondents were appointed 
as follows : 



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Liberty Association — To convene Tuesday after the first Sunday 
in October, 1897, at Dadeville, Tallapoosa County, Alabama : 

C. C. Fargason, C, J. Bentley, A. D. Thompson, R. M. 
Allen and J. W. Walker. 

Boiling Springs — Four miles east of Delta, Saturday before fourth 
Sunday in October, 1896: F. J. Ingram, W. H. Preston, W. 
T. Davis and J. W. Stephens. 

Rock Mills — On Wednesday before the fourth Sunday in October, 
1896: W. M. Worthy, C. Tenny, S. A. Kilgore, J. C. Mot- 
ley and J. A. Dunn. 

Central — Time and place not given : R. M. Allen and C. J. Kenady. 

Coosa River — On Friday before the third Sunday in October, 1897, 
at Sycamore: M. L. Ponder, J. E. Homes, B. F. Luker, ]. 

D. Garrett, J. L. Ingram, W. C. Brooks, Green Griffin, J. B. 
Luker, C. Tenny, R. E. Conger, J. R. Conger, H. Ingram 
and J. M. Luker. 

Tallapoosa Rivkr — On Wednesday after third Sunday in October, 

1896. Place not given. 
Arbacoocha — Saturday before the fourth Sunday in October, 1896: 

J. W. Knowles. 
Calhoun — At Anniston; time not given: W. D. Haynes and W. T. 

Davis. 
State Convention — To convene at Huntsville, Ala., on the 6th of 

November, 1896: C. J. Bentley, W. J. D Upshaw and W. 

H. Preston. 
Southern Baptist Convention — To convene with First Baptist 

Church of Wilmington, North Carolina, May, 1897: W. T. 

Davis. Alternates: C. J. .Bentley and J. C. Motley. 

It was suggested that the Churches defray the expenses 
of the delegate to the Southern Baptist Convention. $1.70 
cash was handed in to the Treasurer in advance, and J. Q. 
Motley and J. W. Stephens agreed to give 50 cents and 
$1.00 respectively 



Times and places of holding district meetings : 

First District — Mount Pleasant Church, Friday before the fifth 

Sunday in January, 1897. 
Second District — To convene with Providence Church, Friday 

before the fifth Sunday in May, 1897. 
Third District — To convene with Bethel Church, Friday before 

the fifth Sunday in August, 1897. 
Fourth District — Liberty Church, Friday before second Sunday 

in August, 1897. 

On motion, it was agreed to have all reports on mis- 
sions read and discussed under one head. 

The committee not being ready to report on State Mis- 
sions, the last report on the work was read. The reports 
on Home and Foreign Missions were read. 

The discussion was opened by Brethren, W. J. D. Up- 
shaw, C. J. Bentley and W. S. Henderson. Their speeches 
will no doubt have a telling effect on the Carey Association. 

Adjourned for one hour for refreshments. 



Afternoon Session. 

At 1:30 o'clock the body reassembled, and after prayer 
by Rev. J. C. Motley, the Association was called to order 
by the Moderator. 

The discussion of the reports on Missions was re-opened, 
and the reports discussed by Brethren J. C. Motley, R. M. 
Allen, J. C. Galloway, W. S. Henderson, W. T. Davis, W. 
H. Preston, W. C. Brooks, J. R. Conger and J. A. Dunn. 
Adopted. 

The report on Ministerial Education was read, and 
discussed by Brethren W. S. Henderson, C. J. Bentley, W. 
T. Davis, J. R. Conger and W. P. Bell. The herewith 
appended report on Ministerial Education was adopted 
with the committee's report. 

On motion, it was agreed to suspend the regular order 
of business, and have a report read on the Orphans' Home. 
Report read, and discussed by Brethren C. J. Bentley, F. 
P. Nichols and W. S. Hendersen. Adopted. 

The committee announced that Rev. J. W. Thompson 
would preach at night Thursday. 



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Friday, 8:30 a. m. 

Singing. Prayer by Rev. J. J. McCord. The Asso- 
ciation was then called to order by the Moderator. 

On motion, the regular order of business was suspended, 
and a resolution adopted limiting the speeches during the 
remainder of the session to five minutes. 

The report on Bible and Colportage work was read and 
adopted. 

Report of Executive Committee read. Adopted. 

Report of Colporteur read and adopted. 

Report on Temperance read. Discussed by Brethren 
C. J. Bentley, J. D. Dunn, J. J. McCord, W. P. Bell, W, 
T. Davis, J. R. Conger and R. M. Allen. Adopted. 

Report on Sunday-schools was read and adopted. 

The Committee on Periodicals, not having any report, 
on motion, the report in last minutes was read and adopted. 

Report on Finance read and adopted. 

The Clerk was appointed to write the corresponding 
letter. 

Rev. W. H. Preston was appointed to preach the intro- 
ductory sermon at the next session of the body. 

A motion prevailed that the next session of this Asso- 
ciation be held with the Baptist Church at Daviston, Tal- 
lapoosa County, Alabama, on Tuesday before the third 
Sunday in October, 1897. 

On motion, a collection was taken up for the Orphans' 
Home. Collection, $6.60. 

A collection was also taken up for the Evangelist and 
Colporteur. Collection, $5.60. 

Adjourned for dinner. 

Afternoon Session. 

The Association reassembled at 1 : 30 o'clock. After 
singing and prayer, the Moderator called the Association 
to order. 

On motion, the regular order of business was suspended 
and the following amounts were pledged for the ensuing 
year for missions : 



Aahland $50.00 

Bethel . 2.50 

Bowden Grove ..... 4.00 

Concord 5.00 

Good Hope 5.00 

Liberty 10.00 

Lineville 60.00 

Lystra . 2.00 

Hatchett Creek .... 5.00 

Millerville 20.00 

Mt. Calvary 10.00 

Mt. Olive 2.00 

Mt. Pleasant 10.00 

Mt. Prospect 2.00 



Mt. Zion $ 2.50 

Mountain Springs . . . 8.00 

New Salem ' 5.00 

Providence 20.00 

Rock Springs 2.50 

Rock Hill 10.00 

Sardis 2.50 

Shiloh 5.00 

Spring Hill (C) .... 5.00 

Spring Hill (T) .... 30.00 

Union Hill 2.00 

Union 5.00 

Zion Hill ..'.'.. L . . 5.00 



The following amounts were pledged for the Evangelist 
and Colporteur : 



Ashland $ 5.00 

Bethel (C) 5.00 

Bowden Grove . . . . . 4.00 

Concord 5.00 

Good Hope ...... 5.00 

Liberty 2.50 

Lineville 20.00 

Hatchett Creek .... 2.50 

Lystra ...... . . 2.00 

Millerville 5.00 

Mt. Calvary 5.00 

Mt. Olive ...... 2.00 

Mt. Pleasant 5.00 



Mt. Prospect $ 3.00 

Mt. Zion 3-oo 

New Salem 5-oo 

Providence ...... 2.50 

Rock Creek 2.50 

Mountain Springs . . . 5.00 

Shiloh 2.50 

Spring Hill (C) .... 2.50 

Spring Hill (T) 10.00 

Union Hill 2.00 

Union . 5.00 

Zion Hill ....... 2.00 



The following resolutions were then offered: 

Resolved, 1st, That the Clerk be allowed $15.00 for preparing 
and distributing minutes. 

Resolved, 2d, That the Treasurer pay to Rev. J. A. Dunn, our 
Evangelist and Colporteur, whatever amount of money he has on 
hand sent up by the Churches for the different Mission funds. 

Resolved, 3d, That the funds sent to this Association in future 
shall be appropriated as directed by the Churches in their letters to 
the Association. 

Resolved, 4th, That the sincere thanks of this body be tendered 
to the Baptist Church and citizens of Millerville for the very hospi- 
table manner in which the Association was entertained, and, also, to 
the Methodist Church for allowing us the use of their building to 
hold preaching services. 

Resolved, 5th, That hereafter the district meetings be held on 
a fifth Sunday, so that the ministers and deacons can have a better 
opportunity to attend. And 2d, That at these meetings they can de- 
cide when and where the next district meeting will be held', and the 
Church at which the meeting is held shall report the same in its 
letter to the Association, so it can be published in the minutes of the 
Association. 



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A song was sung; the ministers and messengers ex- 
tended the parting hand, and Brother James Toland led in 
fervent prayer. The Moderator then announced that the 
Association stood adjourned. 

W. T. DAVIS, Moderator. 
J. A. BELL, Clerk. 






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REPORT ON PERIODICALS. 

be Cirex B»r:>: Association: 

Brethren — W c . vour committee, beg leave to submit the fol- 

We rec mrhend the Al Baptist to the member*; of this 

iviaii n We believe frc no the study of its pages that it will in 
prist principles stronger in the minds of its readers, and 
act as a si :. causine us to be more energetic in the 



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- uthern Baptist Convention series of Sun- 
is and 1 parser as bein^r equal to any published any- 
;ommehd Sabbath-schools to every Church, and the 
r literature, because it enables us to get truths from 
aid not get without its helps. 

the Mission Journal to all our people. We get 
:r rn its*pages that is so much needed among the 
ne : our Churches. We believe by studying this 
Ins heed to its teachinsrs that we could march up to 
: a stix nger band of -missionaries than ever before in 
ur Association. 

A. W. Parker. Chairman. 



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EXECCTIVE COMMITTEES REPORT. 

r. your committe. bee leave to submit the following: 
r ercpl yed 3r tber J. A. Dunn as Evangelist and Colporteur 
A-- riation for the A>sociational year 1895-6, for the sum of 
j him to serve one Church. 

Respectfully submitted. 

A. D. Thompson. Chairman. 



REPORT OF EVANGELIST AND COLPORTEUl*. 

•FOR THE YEAR iSof-C. 1 

57 : value, $87.60. 



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Bib'.^s soli. 57: value, $87.60. Number of Testa- 
value. *^7- 15. Number of religious books sold. 219: 
Total number of books sold. 384. Total value of 
;-55- Number of tracts distributed, 1000: Number of 
lecture?. :;: Number of prayer meetings attended. 
f-iirnles visited. 345 : Number of miles traveled. .2.553: 
ber of sermons preached. 150: Amount received from Executive 
tnirtee. 1^5.9^: Amount due. $.274.08. 

J. A. Dunn. Evan, and Colp. 



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REPORT ON STATE MISSIONS. 

Dear Brethren — Your Committee beg leave to submit the fol- 
lowing report on our State work : 

Regarding the subject in the light of truth, we trust that it is 
the motto of the Baptist host of Alabama to carry the gospel of God 
to every nook and corner of the State. Indeed, if we rightly appre- 
ciate the command of our blessed Lord and master, we cannot be 
content while there are any who are destitute of the word of life in 
our bounds. The memorable words of the Savior, found written in 
Acts I :8. "Ye shall be witnesses unto rhe both in Jerusalem, and 
all Judea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth.*" 
should certainly have a charm for each true disciple of Christ that 
would impel him toth? highest possible idea of duty with reference 
to State Missions, which answers beautifully to the Judea missions of 
Christ's day. 

This great work has been grandly supervised for many years by 
our beloved W. B. Crumpton. Many churches have been constituted, 
manv houses of worship have been erected, many happy hearts are 
lifted Heavenward today over the State, and many sacred altars of 
worship have been erected to God's honor during our organized efforts 
to preach the gospel to the destitute of our beloved Alabama, a great 
portion of which, doubtless, would not have been accomplished had 
it not been for the united effort of the brotherhood of the State. 

Also, State misson is the foundation of all other mission work. 
It is building surely ; it is building scripturally — "Beginning at Jeru- 
salem.'" But, at the same time, we can't afford to wait for the con- 
version of all in our bounds before we press out into all Judea and to 
the uttermost part of the earth. 

Further, we recommend that this Association continue their 
heartv co-operation with the State board, and raise by subscription, 
or pledge, the amount apportioned us by the board. 

Respectfullv submitted, 

W. J. U. Upshaw, 

For the Committee. 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 

Dr. 
Received from Finance Committee: 

Cash for minutes • • $47 

For Bible and Colportage work, cash 91 

For Bible and Colportage work, voucher .... 

For Home Missions, cash 32 

For Home Missions, voucher 

For Foreign Missions, cash 34 

For Foreign Missions, voucher 

For State Missions, cash . 76 

For State Missions, voucher 

For Orphans' Home, cash . . 3 

For Orphans' Home, voucher 

For Howard College, cash 10 

For Howard College, voucher 

For Judson Institute, voucher • . . 

For Ministerial Education, voucher 

Total from Finance Committee ..... 



68 

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TREASURER'S REPORT.— Con. 
Dr. 

Received by general collection for Bible and Col- 
portage work '....$ 6 50 

Received by general collection for Orphan's Home . 6 60 
Amount on hand from last session 13 42 

Total $ 426 94 

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By am't paid W. T. Davis for Orphan's Home .. . .. . .$ 660 

By am't paid J. A. Dunn, (Raised bv collection), ...... 6 ^o 

By am't paid A. D. Thompson, chairman Ex. Com 13 42 

By am- 1 paid J. A. Dunn, Colporteur and Evangelist .... 254 42 
By am't used in printing and distributing minutes ..... 47 68 
By am.t paid to missions, etc., as per above vouchers .... 103 92 

T <> tal . $ 432 C4 

Excess paid by Treasurer to J. A. Dunn if:; 60 

NOTE— For authority in paving Evangelist an J Colporteur from Mission's 
tunds. etc.. see resolution in Minutes. 



REPORT OX TEMPERANCE. 

We. your committe on Temperance, beg leave to make the fol- 
lowine report : 

What is temperance ? The best deffinition gives it as prohibition 
of excess in anyt hing, especially as it applies to drunkards and drunk- 
ard-making. 

Paul says. '-Whether, therefore, ye eat, or drink, or whatever ve 
do. do all to the glory of God."-,st Cor. 10:31. We recommend 
that we as a denomination abstain from the use of intoxicants a* a 
beverage, and that we refuse to aid in this heinous crime bv <Wmn<r 
petitions of any kind for the sale of intoxicants, or aiding in an v wav 
the propagation of a business which is destructive of Christian in- 
fluence and which destroys the happiness of homes and damns the 
souls of men. Can we as Christians heed the injunction of Paul 
whil* we. by our influence, votes and appetites aid the growth of 
sucr a power as the liquor business has become in our countrv, 
durmg this, the Christian civilization of the present centurV. 
Brethren, we must take a stand in this matter-standing squarelv on 
the word of our blessed Savior. Jesus Christ. Let us "be earnest! v 

fh^Sf- 2°* I m W ° rd ' bUt in deed - Dear brethren, let us praV 
that this depraved appetite be subdued among our beloved bovs and 

th? Z?«?cL thlS ^ aUt i fUl ^ ° f ° UrS ' a " d that instead ^eof,. 
the lo%e of God may be planted deep down in their souls, resulting 
in their eternal salvation. ~»«* f r ^uiim p 

Harion^T °^ d that We ' aS brethren of the Carer Baptist Asso- 

sha 1 seilr ro U ^n at °K Ur P ° St ta the Tto€ 7 mfd of theLord, when he 
shall see fit to call us home. Your committee, 

J. T. Mountain. 



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REPORT ON SUNDAY-SCHOOLS. 

We are sorry to note a decrease in the number of churches re- 
porting Sunday-schools this year over last. We know and realize 
that there is a great lack of Sunday-school spirit in the Carey Asso- 
ciation. We know that there is a large per cent, of the members of 
the various churches composing this Association who do not attend 
Sunday-school, or encourage it in the least — stay at home on Sunday 
and read political papers, etc., and allow their children to play 
marbles and the like. 

Now, we think that if the Sunday-school is not a good plan 
whereby we may search the Scriptures as we are commanded, we 
want some anJi-Sunday-school Baptist to institute a better plan 
whereby we may learn more of the blessed truthes contained in the 
Bible. 

We are commanded to "Search the Scriptures, for in them ye 
think ye have eternal life," and we know that the Sunday-school "is 
the best plan that can be gotten up whereby the masses may study 
the Bible more intelligently. We know that it has been a great 
power for good in the world. 

Brethren, arouse yourselves and engage in this grand and glo- 
rious work. 

Brother Superintendents and teachers, be steadfast and immov- 
able. If the brethren don't help you by their presence and partici- 
pation, pray the Lord to forgive them, for they know not what 
they do. Respectfully submitted, 

C. Z. Luker. 



MINISTERIAL EDUCATION. 

We, your committee, beg leave to submit the following report: 
While much may be said and has been said on this subject, we 
desire to suggest, with simple earnestness, that on a proper educa- 
tion and training of our ministers of the gospel more depends than 
does a higher education for any other class of men in the world. 
They are our examplars, our teachers, our leaders. All praise is due 
to preachers who are comparatively uneducated for the vast amount 
of good accomplished by them; yet, how much more might they 
have done with better intellectual training? One must be somewhat 
educated to expound the teachings of the gospel in its full simplicity 
and power. Without a trained intellect few preachers are able to 
give a forceful exposition of any particular text in a space of time 
best suited for the accomplishment Of the most good. The demand 
of the times is growing, more and more, for an educated ministry. 
Our young ministers who are stepping forward to serve a differ- 
ent age and generation to that which their fathers served, should not 
neglect to equip themselves with the armor of battle. If they would 
be intellectual and gospel warriers they must put on intellectual and 
gospel armor. New advantages and opportunities are springing up 
around us almost daily. The preachers — the lights of the world — 
should, most of all, make use of whatever opportunities come within 
their grasp. Our churches could "not do better than make a liberal 
appropriation for this worthy cause. 

H. J. WlLLLNTGHAM, 

J. C. Motley, 
E. A. Phillips, 

Committee. 






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Resolved, ist, That this Association again confidently recom- 
mend to its ministry, Brother A. S. Anderson's System of Sermon 
Building as an available help in easy access to all, and which should 
meet the hearty acceptance of all God's servants who need better 
preparation to preach the unsearchable riches of Christ. 

Resolved, 2d, .That we as messengers from the various churches 
ask our churches to consider the demand of this work on us in its 
effort to equip our ministry for their life work in the Master's name, 
and that we contribute of our means to the support of this work. 

Resolved, 3d, That we will ask our churches to do what they 
can to help pay the debt of Howard College, sending the money 
promptly to our Secretary, Brother J. A. Bell, to be forwarded to 
Brother P. T. Hale, Birmingham, Ala., President Board of Trustees. 



REPORT ON HOME MISSIONS. 

Dear Brethren — We as constituents of the Southern Baptist 
Convention, are urged to contribute to the support of the Home Mis- 
sion Work, both in prayer and money. 

Surelv we should heed the call with prayerful hearts and open 
hands; for in Alabama's own soil, the home board first rooted itself; 
here amidst the warm rays of a genial sun it grew and flourished, and 
here it has been watered by the tears and sacrifices of God's people, 
until now it is bearing much fruit. 

The report of the Home Mission Board at the last session of the 
Southern Baptist Convention, sets forth such an array of facts as to 
establish beyond question the success of the work. The Home Mis- 
sion Work is that which the Home Board is doing within the bounds 
of the Southern Baptist Convention. This board was first located at 
Marion, Ala., but is now removed to Atlanta, Ga. Dr. J. B. Haw- 
thorne is President, and Dr. I. T. Tichenor Corresponding Secretary. 
As the years go by, this board enlarges its work. By reference to 
the report on Home Missions at the last session of the Southern Bap- 
tist Convention, you will gather the following facts : During the last 
conventional year the board had 411 missionaries employed ; baptized 
5617; received by letter 6672; total received, 13295; Sunday-schools 
organized, 372 ; churches constituted, 207; houses of worship built, 
92; houses of worship improved, 146; amounts expended on houses 
of worship, $86,209. Together with many tracts and bibles distrib- 
uted among the people, and many religious visits by these men of 
God, the effect of which will never be known till God shall call his 
laborers home to rest. 

Just here it becomes us to acknowledge, thankfully, the untold 
aid of our Southern women in this great work, for the past few years. 
Boxes sent to frontier missionaries during the past year, amounted 
to $21,475, and 224 families were thus assisted. These boxes of cloth- 
ing, prepared by .Christian hands and sent to the humble, needy 
homes of the Christian sentinels, who hold aloof His banner in a far off 
field, have caused many a heart to well up to God in gratitude; and, 
besides this, these Godly women have raised $56,342 in money for 
Home and Foreign Missions. My brethren, the work of the Home 
Board is appalling; there is an alarming amount of ignorance among 
our white population of the South, among the ministry as well as 
others, and it is sad to note that Alabama is next to zero in the scale of 
education ; further, there are in Alabama more than 1200 ordained 
ministers among us, not more than one-fourth of whom are educated. 



—i5— 

Now it is impossible that these men of God go to the Howard or Sem- 
inary. Then what is to be done ? Shall the people grope in the dark- 
ness for the want of leaders? We answer, no. There is help at the 
very door for these preachers if they will iccept the offered aid, I 
allude to the "Institute Work," which is endorsed as a part of our 
work. All of our preachers ought, by all means, take the correspon- 
dence course as taught by Dr. G. S. Anderson — also, attend his insti- 
tutes held throughout the State. Our churches should encourage 
their pastors in becoming more efficient in the great work to which 
the Lord has called them. Help your preachers and they in turn will 
help the churches. This, it seems to your committee, is a very im- 
portant part of our home work. We recommend that all of our 
churches take collections for this work annually. 

Dear brethren of the Carey Association, let us rise to the mag- 
nitude of our dutv in this great\vork, remembering the words of the 
Lord Jesus that" "It is more blessed to give than to receive," and 
again, "beginning at Jerusalem, ye shall be witnesses unto me in Sa- 
maria, Judea, and to the uttermost part of the earth." Again it is 
written, "there is that scattereth and yet increaseth, and there is that 
withholdeth more than is meet, but it tendeth to poverty. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. J. D. Upshaw. 



REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE. 
We, your committee on Finance, submit the following report: 

We find for minutes, cash $47 68—$ 47 68 

Bible and Colportage — 

Cash . 9i 53 

Voucher . • • 10 00— 81 53 

Home Missions — 

Cash 32 32 

Voucher . 10 20— 42 52 

Foreign Missions — 

Cash 34 76 

Voucher . . . 39 74— 94 5° 

State Missions — 

Cash 76 91 

Voucher . . . .* 14 3°— 9* 21 

Orphans' Home — 

Cash 3 30 

Voucher 15 08— 18 38 

Howard College — 

Cash 10 00 

Voucher 9 °5— x 9 °5 

Judson Institute — 

Voucher .. 3 S3— 3 53 

Ministerial Education — 

Voucher 2 00— 2 00 

Grand total $ 400 40 

Respectfully submitted, 

F. J. Ingram, 
A. D. Thompson, 
C. Z. Lukkr, 

Commiti^e. 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 

State Missions— M. W. Whatley, J. R. Jarrell, J. E. Upchurch. 

Home Missions— J. C. Bentley, H. H. Baird, J. W. Moon. 

Foreign Missions— M. M. Driver, W. H. Preston, A.D. Thompson 

Ministerial Education— J. R. Conger, F. J. Ingram, C. Z. JLuker 

Executive Committee— W. D. Havnes, E. A. Phillips, Z. T. Car- 
penter, W. P. Bell, A. P. Osh'n. 

Bible and ColportAge Work— L. B. Gibson, J. J. McCord, J. T. 
Anderson. 

Sabbath-schools— John D. Dunn, R. M. Allen, J. W. Partridge 

Temperance— W. H. Preston, J. G. Hubbard, T.'S. Barton. 

Periodicals — J. D. Garrett, Henry Linton, C. L. Porter. 

Orphans' Home— J. C. Motley, M. A. Johnson, J. T. Mountain. 



REPORT ON ORPHANS' HOME. 

Your committee on the Orphans' Home of our denomination in 
this State, respectfully submit the following: 

Realizing the sublime privilege bequeathed to the followers of 
the Cross by our ascended Lord in caring for the helpless, the widow, 
the orphan, this committee would say they have earnestly and prayer- 
fully considered the subject committed to them, and herewith sub- 
mit such information on this vital question as they have been able to 
gather. In the report made by the committee at the last Association 
we were informed when the Baptists of the State created the Home 
for the benefit of the unfortunate children of our denomination, where 
it was located, what it cost, how much was then due on the Home 
and how many children had been received up to that date. The com- 
mittee is glad to report that the Home is now paid for, that it is the 
property of the Baptists of the State, and while its plan is new, it is 
better than that of many. It has as bright prospects as the best had 
at the same age; while there is much needed improvements in the 
buildings, we should feel justly proud of the Home. Twelve chil- 
dren have been received into the Home since the last report; a total 
number of 60 since it was created. At present there is in the Home 
35 children. It will now comfortably entertain only 40; to add 4 bed 
rooms, dining room, kitchen, lairhdry and sick room, which are very 
much needed, it would accommodate 60. As to the needed- improve- 
ments, let us say with our voice and our money, let the neeessary im- 
provements be made at once. The obligation and the opportunity of 
doing the work is ours. Let us honor our Lord and his church by 
meeting theobligation lovingly, fully, and promptly. Let us remem- 
ber the children, brethren, both in our prayers and contributions 
that we may please the Great Master who hath said : "He that giveth 
to the poor lendeth to the Lord, and hath declared that he will be a 
father to the fatherless," The current expenses of the Home for the 
present year has been near $2500 00, and the committee is compelled 
to say that our contributions for the last few months have not been 
sufficient to sustain the Home. Until 1893, strange to say, our denom- 
ination in this State had no orphanage. Our contributions were given 
to the orphanages of other Christians, and our orphans were cared for 
by them. Now that we have a Home for our destitute orphans we 
should esteem it a privilege and a pleasure to equip it to meet' the 
purposes for which it was created. Have the Baptists done their duty ? 



—i 7 — 

Try it by the life and rule of Christ. Have we visited these helpless 
children when they were sick? When our tables were groaning with 
abundance, did we feed them when they were htfhgry ? Have we ever 
administered to their heart hunger? Have we tried to see that they 
did not wear old, worn faces while the roses of childhood should have 
been flashing from their young cheeks? Let us not only see that they 
have the wherewithal to be fed and clothed, but let us so provide, so 
equip and pray for the Home and the children that they may live, and 
as we would have them to live. 



V 



NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MINISTERS. 



ORDAINED. 



W. T. Davis, Lineville. 
T. W. Knowles, Lineville. 
W. O. Jenkins, Lineville. 
W. J. D. Upshaw, Lineville. 
W. C. Brooks, Ashland. 
M. M. Driver, Millerville. 
J. N. Moore, Ashland, 
W. H. Harvill, Millerville. 
R. M. Allen, Sykesville. 
M. A. Johnson, New Site. 
G. W. Holdridge, Sykesville. 

A. J. Browning, 

W. H. Johnston, 



W. M. Worthey, Maitland. 
R. E. Conger, Hackneyville. 
J. R. Conger, Hackneyville. 
J. A. Dunn, Daviston. 
J. C. Motley, Daviston. 
J. J. McCord, Gibsonville. 
C. I.Wesley, Chandler Springs. 
Alex. Allen, Lesley. 
W. M. Preston, Barfield. 
R. J. Adamson, Dingier. 
B. B. Cotton, Chandler Springs. 
James Mucus, Swan. 
Chandler Springs. 



LICENTIATES. 



R. F. Willingham, Almond. 

J. L. Joiner, Maitland. 

J. Willineham, Dingier. 

G. W. McMullen,Wheelerville 

I. F. Morgan, Coleta. 

G. R. Wolf, Lineville. 



J. T. Anderson, Millerville. 
J. M. Fant. Daviston. - 
D. R. Laney, Daviston. 
S. Bennett, 



J. W. Dean, Miller Valley. 
C. B. Thurman, Ashland. 
J. W. Carden, Chandler Springs. 



CORRESPONDING LETTER. 



Dear Brethren— We extend to you our fraternal greeting. 
The forty-second annual session of the Carey Baptist Association was, 
in many respects, the most interesting and profitable in its history. 
Enthusiasm awakened on several subjects will surely tell for good in 
coming years. We were made to rejoice in the presence of the 

T^T sister 

Your correspondents were gladly welcomed. We send ours to 

meet with you. God's blessings rest upon you. 

J Clerk. 



CONSTITUTION. 



i 

i. This Associ: tion shall meet annually as an advisory council, 
and shall he compos- d of messengers chosen by the churches of this 
union, and all regul rly ordained ministers of our faith and order 
within the bounds < f the body. 

2. Eachchurc.i shall be entitled to two messengers, irrespec- 
tive of numbers, a d one for every additional fifty thereafter over 
fifty. 

3. The messengers and ministers thus convened shall be de- 
nominated the Cak v Baptist Association. 

4. This Associ ition shall have a Moderator and Clerk, who shall 
he chosen by the n embers present at each session, and shall be of the 
body, holding thei offices until the next election. The Clerk" shall 
also be Treasurer < f the Association. 

5. The churches of this union shall express in their letters the 
names of their mes engers and their postoffices, Sabbath of meeting, 
amount of contrib itions, number baptized, received by letter, res- 
tored to fellowship, dismissed, excommunicated and dead since the 
last session of this association. 

6. No act of i lie Association shall be binding on the churches, 
but it shall be its duty to give advice in matters of difficulty and en- 
deavor to preserve the union of the churches. 

7. If any churches desire to be admitted into this union they 
shall petition by letter and messengers, and upon examination, if 
found orthodox ad orderly, shall be received by the Association. 

8. Any chun h may withdraw from this Association at discre- 
tion, or, on appli ition, may obtain a letter of dismission. 

9. This Ass* iation shall use her own discretion as respects the 
cause of missions. leaving the churches and members to exercise their 
own opinion in s' h cases. 

10. If any c arch in this union shall become offended with a 
sister church in y >int of faith or practice, it shall be the duty of the 
aggrieved churc? o endeavor to reclaim the church thus offending, 
and if satisfactioi cannot be obtained the aggrieved church shall then 
call in the aid of >ne or two other churches to act with the first two 
assisting church s ; and it shall be the duty of the churches thus 
called, to investigate and decide upon the matter of dealing and to 
report the same to the Association ; and if the said accused church be 
guilty as charged, the Associatoin shall withdraw from her. 

11. This A— ociation may correspond with other Associations 
and Conventions of the same faith and order, and withdraw her cor- 
respondence at discretion. 

12. Amendments to this Constitution may be made by two- 
thirds of the mei ibers in session. 

13. This Association may have power to adjourn to any time and 
place she may d< m most convenient. 



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ABSTRACT OF PRINCIPLES. 



RULERS OF DECORUM. 



i. This Association shall be opened and closed with prayer. 

2. Call for Letters from churches and enroll the names of mes- 
sengers. 

3. Proceed to election of Moderator and Clerk. 

4. Call for Petitionary Letters from churches desiring' admis- 
sion into this body. 

7. Appoint Committees on Preaching and Finance. 

6. Receive correspondents. 

7. Duties of Moderator. — It shall be the duty of the Moder- 
ator to call the members to order before the Association ; to receive 
and submit all questions regularly moved* and announce the result; 
to enforce the observance of decorum in debate among the members, 
and in general to perform all the duties incumbent upon a presiding 

officer. --,,', . , 

8. Duties of Clerk. — It shall be the duty of the Clerk 01 the 
Association to keep a fair record of the proceedings; to notify com- 
mittees of their appointment; to preserve the papers belonging to 
the Association, and to attend -to the printing of the minutes, for 
which he shall receive a reasonable compensation. 

9. Duties of Members.— Members rising to speak shall address 
the Moderator. 2. Any member, in speaking, shall confine himself 
to the subject under consideration. 3. No member shall apeak more 
than thrice on the same subject without permission from the Moder- 
ator. 4. No member will be permitted to indulge in talking or 
whispering, or any indecorous conduct, to the annoyance of the body 
in time of debate. 5. No member shall absent himself from the 
body without permission of the Moderator. 

10. These Rules may be altered by a majority of the members at 
a regular session of this body. 



1. We believe in only one true and living God and that there 
are three persons in the Godhead, the Father, Son and Holy Ghost. 

2. We believe that the Scriptures of the Old and New Testa- 
ments are the word of God and the only rule of faith and practice. 

3. We believe in the doctrine of eternal and particular election. 

4. We believe in the doctrine of original sin and the impotency 

of man to recover himself from the fallen state he is in by his own N 

free will and ability. 

5. We believe that sinners are justified in the sight of God only 
by the imputed righteousness of Jesus Christ. 

6. We believe that God's elect shall be called, regenerated and 
sanctified by the Holy Ghost, and that the saints shall persevere in 
grace and never finally fall away. 

7. We believe that Baptism and the Lord's Supper are ordi- 
nances of- Jesus Christ, and that true believers are the only proper 
subjects of the ordinances, and that immersion only is baptism. 

8. We believe in the resurrection of the dead and a general judg- 
ment, and that the punishment of the wicked will be everlasting and 
the joys of the righteous will be eternal. 



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8TATI8TIC8 OF CAREY BAPTE^grS A88QCIA.TION, 1896. 



Church. 



Ashland . . . 

Antioch ... 
_ Bethel . . . . 
4 Bowden Grove 
cConcord ... 
6 Corinth . . . . 
7|County Line . 
8 Good Hope . . , 

9' Liberty 

10 Hatchett Creek , 

Lineville . . . , 

Lystra . . ,. . . 

Millerville . . . 

Mount Calvary . 

Mount Olive . . 

Mount Pleasant 

Mount Pisgah . 

Mount Prospect 
19 Mount Zion 

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New Hope .... 
New Salem .... 
Pole Bridge . . . 
Providence .... 
Rock Creek . . . 
Rock Springs . . 
Rock Hill .... 

Salem 

Sardis 

Shiloh 

Spring Hill .... 
Spring Hill .... 
Union Hill .... 

Union 

Zion Hill 

Mount Lebanon . 
Mountain Springs 



Clay . 
Clay . 
Clay . 
Clay . 
Clay . 
Clay . 
Clay . 
Clay . 
Clay . 
Clay . 
Clay . 
Clay . 
Clay . 
Tallapoosa 
Clay . 
Clay . 
Tallapoosa 
Randolph 
Clay . . . 
Clay . . . 
Tallapoosa 
Clay . . . 
Tallapoosa 
Tallapoosa 
Clay . . . 
Talladega 
Clay . . . 
Clay . . . 
Clay . . . 
Clay . . . 
Tallapoosa 
Clay . . . 
Clay . . 
Tallapoosa 
Clay . . . 
Chambers 



Pastor. 



. J. Bentley . . 
■. I. Wesley . . 
G. N. Moore . . 
£. M. Moore . , 
C. I. Wesley . . 
R. M. Allen 
W. H. Preston . 
W. H. Preston . 
W. H. Johnson . 
W. H. Johnson 
W. J. D. Upshaw 
W. M. Worthy . 
W. J. D. Upshaw 
W. T. Davis . . 
W. R. Rotten 
W. H. Preston 
M. A. Johnson 
J. A. Snadix . 
M. A. Johnson 
W. M. Worthy 
M. A. Johnson 
Alex. Allen 

R. Conger . 

J. McCord . 
C. J. Bentley . 
C. L Wesley . 
W. M. Worthy 
Alex. Allen . 
W. M. Garrett 
W. H. Johnson 
J. L. Gregory 
W. C. Brooks 
W. M. Worthy 
R. M. Allen . 
L. F. Morgan 
J. A. Dunn . . 



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R. L. Black . . . 
A. W. Baggett . . 
W. L. Pearson ' . . 
W. V. Thomas . . 
T. S. Barton . . . 
J. F. Carter .... 
H. H. Beaird . . . 
W. H. Griffin . . . 

E. Upchurch . . 

L. Ingram . . . 
T. Smith . . . 
T. E. Runyan . . 
Felix Parsons . . 
R. M. Claybrook . 
' W. Wright . . 
V. J. A. Bartlett . 
J. T. Mountain . . 
W. F„ Strickland . 

W. Hughes . . 

D. Farrow . . . 

G. Cook .... 
W. D. Parsons . . 
G. T. Vernon . . . 
G. B. Rotten . 4 . 
J. B. Luker .... 
W. B.Hill .... 
W. M. Farrow . . 
. W. Hooton . . 
. C. Stanford . . 

T. Bonner . . . 

I. Ison 

W. J. Williams . . 



J. Sj_Stephens 



B. Smith 

M. Hudgins . . 

L. B. Champion 



Clerk's Post Office. 



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113 

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121 



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Stockdale 

Bluff Springs 

Flat Rock 

Copper Mines .... 

Wesobulga 

Millervalley 

Lineville 

Ashland 

Coleta 

Lineville 

Ashland 

Millerville 

Emucfaw 

Tomato 

Barfield 

New Site 

Ofelia 

Grehamton ...... 

Swan 

New Site 

Chandler Springs . . 

Hackney ville 

Cowpens 

Klias 

Chandler Springs . . 

Wesobulga 

GibsonviUe 

Maitland ....... 

Idaho 

Daviston 

Coleta 

Truett 

Zana 

White Cloud 

Daviston 130 



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Supt. Name and P. O. Address. 



J. R. Jarrell, Ashland, Ala. 



P. Y. Robertson, Wesobulga, Ala. 



C. S. Weaver, Lineville, Ala. 

f. D. Garrett, Coleta, Ala . . 
R. H. Moon, Lineville, Ala. . 



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. N. Gregg, Barfield, Ala . 
Phillips, Ayrshire, Ala 
Burrow, Ofelia, Ala. . 



J. R. Gilbert, Pinkneyville, Ala 



C. Z. Luker, Elias, Ala 



50 A. P. Oslin, Maitland, Ala. . 
50 J. T. Horn, Idaho, Ala . . . . 
64 Jno. D. Dunn, Daviston, Ala. 



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